Hi there,

Yes, in the form itself there is an input field where you specify the
character for import, as default it is set to , but you can change it to
any.

Chris

> On Tuesday 18 November 2003 13:07, Chris Payne wrote:
>
> > > > any ideas?  Here's the code:
> > > >
> > > > $row = 1;
> > > > $handle = fopen ("$userfile","r");
> > > > while ($data = fgetcsv ($handle, 250, "$delim")) {
> > > >     $num = count ($data);
> > > >     $row++;
> > > >     for ($c=0; $c < $num; $c++) {
> > > >
> > > > mysql_query ("INSERT INTO emaillist (EMail,name)
> > > >               VALUES ('$data[$c]','$data[$c]')
> > > >
> > > > When I import, it puts all data in the EMail field, even the name
> > > > field.
>
> What exactly do you mean by "puts all data in the EMail field"? Does
> print_r($data) look OK? And you do realise that in your SQL statement
you're
> inserting the same value for both EMail and name?
>
> > > What's $delim?
> >
> > Sorry, delim is from the form you use to select the CSV file, as you can
> > select the char as the seperator (I have set the default to a COMMA
> > though).
>
> By that you do mean:
>
>   $delim = ',';
>
> and not
>
>   $delim = COMMA;
>
> ?
>
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